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Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56009 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" Yes they do. Because he was following in his father's footsteps. "


Everything says seeker, but Rowling says chaser



I've never heard of him playing anything other than Seeker

user banned California 36390 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" Everything says seeker, but Rowling says chaser I've never heard of him playing anything other than Seeker"</blockquote>



The book doesn't say anything at all, just "Quidditch"

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56009 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Jude ♥ JGL:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kelly&Coralie:</b>" Everything says seeker, but Rowling says ... [snip!] ... heard of him playing anything other than Seeker"</blockquote> The book doesn't say anything at all, just "Quidditch""


thought it did, but I guess you're right.

Madi's*Mama Due November 2; 1 child; Holland, Michigan 7391 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" thought it did, but I guess you're right."

!!!

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 24193 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Jude ♥ JGL:" What if there is more than one possibility, will the asker specify book cs movie vs canon knowledge? ... [snip!] ... knowledge? Example: What position did James Potter play in Quidditch? Movie says seeker but JKR has stated chaser in.interviews"


Well when answers are given you're supposed to cite your source, so as long as your answer was what the source said then it would be right. But since you're not supposed to use the internet if you used general knowledge (like something you heard/read in an interview with JK Rowling) then you would cite "from memory", and if the asker counted it wrong then you could ask them if its ok for you to provide a source link. I think it would be up to person asking as to whether or not they would take an answer that way. Personally, if I was asking the question and that situation happened, I would take it (provided it was a valid source).

user banned California 36390 posts
21st Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chuck Bass:</b>" Well when answers are given you're supposed to cite your source, so as long as your answer was what ... [snip!] ... way. Personally, if I was asking the question and that situation happened, I would take it (provided it was a valid source)."</blockquote>




But would that be allowed since you can't use the internet?

*e.j. {slytherin} 16 kids; France 2258 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Jude ♥ JGL:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chuck Bass:</b>" Well when answers are given you're supposed ... [snip!] ... take it (provided it was a valid source)."</blockquote> But would that be allowed since you can't use the internet?"


The idea of "not using the internet" is that you don't just Google the answer right away. If you remembered hearing/reading it in an interview then that's fine. Just be able to mention that if the person asking the question says "wtf is this answer" and in an ideal world, be able to find a link to it.

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 24193 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting Jude ♥ JGL:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chuck Bass:</b>" Well when answers are given you're supposed ... [snip!] ... take it (provided it was a valid source)."</blockquote> But would that be allowed since you can't use the internet?"


Yeah I mean it would go like this:



Question: What position did James Potter play in Quidditch?



Then you would send in your answer, Chaser (from memory)



Then if the person counted your answer wrong, you could post in here or PM them saying that you can provide a link proving that JK Rowling stated he was a chaser and that the movie was wrong. Then you would need to find a link with a transcript of the interview.



It's fine to look up information after your answers have been submitted and/or the question is closed.

7 lucky charms Due February 28; 7 kids; Ireland 1935 posts
21st Jan '13

How long do we get to answer the question? Just wondering wiyh all the time differences.

*e.j. {slytherin} 16 kids; France 2258 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting 7 lucky charms:" How long do we get to answer the question? Just wondering wiyh all the time differences."


Generally about 24-48 hours. It's a little bit at the discretion of the question-asker. But a minimum of 24.

*e.j. {slytherin} 16 kids; France 2258 posts
21st Jan '13

OKAY LADIES:



You have 48 hours starting NOW!



http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2432078.html



Friendly reminder, if you post your answer in the thread I will be so so so so pissed.

Klaus 2 kids; Mississippi 24193 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting *e.j. {slytherin}:" OKAY LADIES: You have 48 hours starting NOW! http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2432078.html Friendly reminder, if you post your answer in the thread I will be so so so so pissed."


lmao!

user banned California 36390 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting *e.j. {slytherin}:" OKAY LADIES: You have 48 hours starting NOW! http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2432078.html Friendly reminder, if you post your answer in the thread I will be so so so so pissed."


I had trouble reading the page numbers (I said that in my PM) so if you want better proof, I can screen shot where I got the answer.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69832 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting *e.j. {slytherin}:" OKAY LADIES: You have 48 hours starting NOW! http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2432078.html Friendly reminder, if you post your answer in the thread I will be so so so so pissed."


Yei!! :D

user banned 1 child; Portland, Maine 20613 posts
21st Jan '13
Quoting *e.j. {slytherin}:" OKAY LADIES: You have 48 hours starting NOW! http://forum.baby-gaga.com/about2432078.html Friendly reminder, if you post your answer in the thread I will be so so so so pissed."

I shall answer tonight after my homework is done :D